Several streams of paper sessions will provide participants a chance to present their work and engage in intensive discussions with colleagues. We invite scholars from all fields of inquiry to propose presentations of themes such as (but not restricted to):

  • political movements and new of forms of engagement
  • international organizations and global consultancy
  • comparative studies on policy processes
  • inequalities, social classes (inside and across nations)
  • politics of affect
  • datafied resources and infrastructures of power
  • the role of science knowledge and expertise
  • new media and communication environments and platforms
  • new conceptualizations of power
Please submit your abstract here (max 300 words) by March 20, 2020. Notification of acceptance March 31, 2020.